A GREAT PLACE FOR YOUR CHILD

For more than 30 years our preschool has provided an excellent setting for children to grow, play and learn together.  We realize a preschooler's development is best enhanced through play in a structured setting, so we have designed our environments to be engaging, secure, comfortable and age-appropriate. Our programs prepare children to read, write and understand math concepts at an age appropriate level.

LEARN

Each class has a state certified teacher and an assistant who focus on the development of the whole child by creating environments and opportunities for each child to work in a group, learn academically, and grow socially.

PLAY & GROW

Activities are designed to enhance a child's small motor coordination through art, manipulatives and games.  We also have well equipped spaces both inside and outside to use for large motor skills development.

TOGETHER

Recognizing that a preschooler's primary place of learning is in the home, KidVenture Preschool strives to cooperate with parents and guardians to strengthen and educate entire families.

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Our Programs

Please note: we are currently fully booked for the 2018-2019 school year.  If you have any questions or would like to be placed on a waiting list, contact PreSchool Director Michelle Borrello HERE.

The Three-Year-Old program is designed to help children develop by gaining independence, participating in a group setting, and managing their feelings.  They learn important academic and social skills which increase their confidence and love for learning.

The Four-Year-Old program is designed to prepare children for kindergarten where they will need to function in a classroom setting.  These readiness skills include growth in academics, socialization, emotional maturity, and confidence.

The Kindergarten Readiness program is designed for children who will be five on or before December 1, but will not be attending kindergarten in the fall.  Parents, for a variety of reasons, choose to give their children the 'gift' of another year in a preschool program, so they are better prepared to meet the challenges of full-day kindergarten.